People are less likely to commit crimes when they think they'll get caught. That seeming truism, which is supported by research and the Department of Justice, led the Kansas City Police Department to make some changes this year after a wave of violence in 2017 sent the homicide rate to levels not seen in more than two decades.
Monday, December 24, 2018
KCPD Spin Kansas City Homicide Spike
Public radio presents talking points amid the latest murder surge. Here's the over-explanation of what might be a bright spot in another wise terrifying year for KCMO crime but still shouldn't give locals most hope amid a ranking as one of the most violence and deadly cities in the nation. Take a look: